Clyde Street

Learning, Teaching, Performing

Sharing: Giving it a Twirlr

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Perhaps it is because I live in rural New South Wales …

or that I am a peripheral participant in social media …

who has a limited amount of RSS feeds.

But I do lament missing the launch of Twirlr. I caught up with it over a month later thanks to Kent Anderson’s post on The Scholarly Kitchen (24 June).

I lament even more only now discovering the prank collective Improv Everywhere.

However I did find the story of the Twirlr mission.

The context of the mission … “a musical breaks out at the GEL Conference in New York. A speaker is suddenly interrupted by a man who refuses to turn off his cell phone.”

This is what happens next …

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

One thought on “Sharing: Giving it a Twirlr

  1. Pingback: A Matt, a Marc, a George and a John: Embodying Creativity « Clyde Street

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